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Proper druid circles were hard to come buy in this New World, and in his weakened state, he lacked the strength to build one of his own. Thankfully, the correspondence was enough to function as a conduit, to draw in ancient energies from abroad. Until the current crisis was over, here's where Merlin would have to make his stand.

Basic Information

Carhenge is a replica of Stonehenge, but made of cars instead of blocks of stone. 38 automobiles, spraypainted gray, have been arranged in a circle measuring 96 feet (29 m) in diameter. The placement of the cars duplicates the current state of Stonehenge, with some of the cars toppled, but others welded into stacked archway shapes. Smaller-than-car-sized stones from Stonehenge are reflected by partially buried car parts, such as a steering wheel sticking up out of the ground.

Carhenge is located just off the highway in Alliance, Nebraska. It was built in 1987 and dedicated at the Summer Solstice that year.

The property is also home to several other works of car art.


Game and Story Use

  • As an exact model of Stonehenge, it makes sense that Carhenge might borrow from the original site's Legend. Whatever powers Stonehenge might have in your campaign, it's possible that Carhenge might reflect (in a diminished or modernized form) them.
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